The Westbound "Mountaineer" is seen snaking up the side of Crawford Notch. The train is about to pass The Gateway before arriving at Crawfords Station. They will then continue down to Fa... (more)
The Mountaineer is seen crossing the 1906 built, 400 foot long Willey Brook Bridge that spans the gap between Mount Willard and Mount Willey in Crawford Notch. As the second week of October begins... (more)
June 27th, 2020 was the first run of the rebranded Notch Train into "The Mountaineer". This is a scenic passenger train that offers round trips between North Conway and Crawford Notch, N... (more)
The Mountaineer Extra is seen headed East across Willey Brook Bridge on a beautiful September afternoon. The Sunday extra train operated as part of the 2020 Railfan's Weekend event and made severa... (more)
Conway Scenic 252 (ex-MEC GP38) and 4266 (ex-B&M F7) lead the Notch Train over Willey Brook in Hart's Location, NH. This was a nail-biter as the sun was quickly descending below the mountain behin... (more)
Conway Scenic 7470 (ex-CN 0-6-0) at Fourth Iron in Hart's Location, NH. 7470 is leading "Steam in the Snow", a special passenger excursion organized by the Mass Bay RRE. The 1906-built F... (more)
On January 4th, 2020 The Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts ran their popular "Steam In The Snow" event at the Conway Scenic Railroad. Although this event has been run many times in the past, ... (more)
Eastbound at 4th Iron. Conway Scenic's big 0-6-0 lumbers off the 4th Iron Trestle in the sparsely populated hamlet of Hart's Location, New Hampshire, as she hauls the Mass. Bay Railroad Ent... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's "Notch Train" travels eastbound on the fabled ex-Maine Central Mountain Division. Seen here rounding a railroad-known spot called Hangman's Curve. in addition ... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's "Notch Train" travels eastbound on the fabled ex-Maine Central Mountain Division. The mighty face of Mt. Willard looms in the background as peak autumn foliage ... (more)
Conway Scenic's Notch Train running over Willey Brook in a sea of colorful fall foliage.
Conway Scenic 252 (ex-MEC GP38-2) and 216 (ex-NW GP35) are at the tail end of a special with steam engine 7470 in the lead. The train passes through the rock cut at Gateway.